Society Prize Winners | 2021 Congress

Congratulations to the 2021 and 2020 Society Prize Winners! 

2021 CNSF Congress | Cancelled

COVID-19 Update | September 10, 2021

We have been diligently monitoring the rise in Covid-19-Delta and the resulting safety concerns for our October 2021 Congress Chairs, Speakers, delegates and all other Congress participants.

Many of the folks mentioned above have also expressed their concerns and several have withdrawn their participation.

The CNSF Board has decided to cancel the October Congress and move the Program to the QE in Montreal, June 26 to 29, 2022. This was a difficult decision but one that we felt was necessary in order to ensure the safety of all.

There are, obviously, many things we have to sort out going forward and these will be dealt with in the upcoming days and weeks including Abstracts, Prize Winners and Congress Poster Stations. Please watch your email for further communications.

Thank you for your support and understanding.

Note: Those who have already registered for the Congress will receive full refunds from the Registration office at Intertask Conferences.

Francis McNaughton Memorial Prize | Aravind Ganesh
“Changes in ischemic stroke presentations and associated workflow during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic: A population study”

Francis McNaughton Memorial Prize - 2nd Place Prize | Cathy Meng Fei Li
“Clinical application of T1-w/T2-w ratio images for in vivo comparisons of myelin content in patients with trigeminal neuralgia”

Andre Barbeau Memorial Prize | Vincent Picher-Martell
“Changes in Leptin, CCL16 and sTNF-RII as a distinctive plasma immune profile in patients with fast progressing ALS

Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis Foundation Prize | Julien Hébert
“CSF Findings in Early Active Autoimmune Encephalitis”

K.G. McKenzie Memorial Prize for Clinical Neuroscience Research | Nicholas Sader
“Can Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping Help Diagnose and Predict Recovery of Concussion in Children?”

K.G. McKenzie Memorial Prize for Clinical Neuroscience Research – 2nd Prize | Benjamin Davidson
“Focused Ultrasound Capsulotomy for Refractory Psychiatric Illness”

K.G. McKenzie Memorial Prize for Basic Neuroscience Research | Chris Pasarikovski
“Examining Aneurysmal Healing After Flow Diversion Treatment Using Endovascular Optical Coherence Tomography”

K.G. McKenzie Memorial Prize for Basic Neuroscience Research – 2nd Prize | Mathew Voisin
“Epigenetic drivers of malignant transformation in diffuse gliomas”

Herbert Jasper Prize | Emile Lemoine
“ Entropy on routine EEG: an interictal marker of seizure frequency?"

The President’s Prize | Djurdja Djordjevic
“Improving Triaging of EEG Referrals for rule out Infantile Spasms (ITERIS)”

2020 Society Prize Winners

Francis McNaughton Memorial Prize | Houssein Salem Abdou
“Identification of predictors of response to Erenumab in episodic and chronic migraine in a cohort of patients: a preliminary analysis”

Andre Barbeau Memorial Prize | David Pellerin
“A Novel Recessive TNNT1 Congenital Core-Rod Myopathy in French Canadians

Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis Foundation Prize | Adrian Budhram
“Use of diffusion-weighted imaging to distinguish seizure-related change from limbic encephalitis”

K.G. McKenzie Memorial Prize for Clinical Neuroscience Research | Mark MacLean
“Does gender equality exist in the surgical management of degenerative lumbar disease?”

K.G. McKenzie Memorial Prize for Clinical Neuroscience Research – 2nd Prize | Jonathan Chainey
“Action-related fixation in microsuturing, a new gaze behaviour metric to differentiate the level of expertise”

K.G. McKenzie Memorial Prize for Basic Neuroscience Research | Albert Isaacs
“Activated gene pathways in post-infectious hydrocephalus (PIH): Proteogenomics and PIH expressome”

K.G. McKenzie Memorial Prize for Basic Neuroscience Research – 2nd Prize | Michelle Kameda-Smith
“Musashi-1 is a master regulator of aberrant translation in Group 3 medulloblastoma”

Herbert Jasper Prize | Ana Suller Marti
“Vagus Nerve Stimulation in patients with therapy resistant generalized epilepsy”

The President’s Prize | Aris Hadjinicolaou
“Nutrition in the first two weeks of life, neonatal brain growth and cognitive outcomes in children born very preterm”